vlan routing on X440

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I have followed the article in the GTAC on how to enable inter vlan routing and I am unable to ping the either PC in either vlan.  From PC A on vlan10 I can ping the gateway and the other gateway of vlan20, and from PC B on vlan20 I can ping the gateway and the gateway on vlan10 but I can not ping PC A to PC B or PC B to PC A. 
Also from the switch I can not ping either PC.

What am I missing??

sho vlan 
* X440-24p.35 # sho vlan-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name            VID  Protocol Addr       Flags                         Proto  Ports  Virtual
                                                                              Active router
Default         1    --------------------------------T---------------- ANY    0 /22  VR-Default
Mgmt            4095 ------------------------------------------------- ANY    0 /1   VR-Mgmt
v10             10   /24  -f--------------------------- ANY    1 /1   VR-Default
v20             20   /24  -f--------------------------- ANY    1 /1   VR-Default

* X440-24p.36 # sho fdb
Mac                     Vlan       Age  Flags         Port / Virtual Port List
00:1c:23:e2:8f:45        v10(0010) 0000 d mi           18
f0:1f:af:56:e5:92        v20(0020) 0000 d mi           10

configure vlan default delete ports allconfigure vr VR-Default delete ports 1-24
configure vr VR-Default add ports 1-24
configure vlan default delete ports 10, 18
create vlan "v10"
configure vlan v10 tag 10
create vlan "v20"
configure vlan v20 tag 20
configure vlan Default add ports 1-9, 11-17, 19-24 untagged
configure vlan v10 add ports 18 untagged
configure vlan v20 add ports 10 untagged
configure vlan v10 ipaddress
enable ipforwarding vlan v10
configure vlan v20 ipaddress
enable ipforwarding vlan v20

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Maybe disable the firewall feature on PC A and PC B ?
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Echoing jsfontana, it almost certainly the default behavior of Windows that is your issue.  Allow ICMP or turn off the firewall and you will be good to go. - Mike
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Ok, Well I got it working, was an extremely locked down linux laptop I was using on PC B but PC A was definitely off.
Do you have to have an IP on the default VLAN??

Thank you
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No an IP address on the default VLAN is not required.  It would only be required if you wanted to route traffic out of that VLAN or if you wanted to use that VLAN interface for switch management purposes.